Orgzit is structured through Accounts, Workspaces, Tables, Records, and Data Fields. 

Finding your way around

The following are the basic components of Orgzit. 


When you start to set up Orgzit for your organization, your first step will be to create an Account. Let’s understand what Accounts are.

In Orgzit, Accounts are representative of the divisions within your organization. Depending on the structure of your organization, teams could represent function-based verticals – such as Sales, Marketing, Finance, and Human Resource – or client-based verticals. Orgzit allows you to create as many teams as you like, so you can track all your organization’s divisions in one place.


A workspace is a single database containing all the information you need for neatly organizing your information. It’s the equivalent of a workbook in traditional spreadsheet programs. You can create Workspaces for personal projects like novel planning or home renovation, or for work use cases like job-applicant tracking or event planning.


Tables are specially crafted lists that keep all your data organized and lets you play around with data to get exciting insights into your work. Each Workspace can have one or more tables, similar to worksheets in a spreadsheet. 

Orgzit tables allow you to store, organize, and analyze data in the form of lists. With tables, you can track every activity that constitutes your work. For example, in case of a Human Resource team's recruitment tracking workspace, one would create separate tables for job openings, a separate table to track candidates and applications and perhaps a separate one for scheduling and tracking interviews.


Records contain the actual data that runs your business day after day. Records are the database equivalent of a row in a spreadsheet. A record could be a task, a sales lead, a physical asset that you own or anything you choose.

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